College Football Win Totals: Washington Huskies At Over/Under 7.5, WSU Cougars 5.5 In 2012

The Pac-12 as expected will have multiple teams competing for a conference championship next year. The Washington Huskies and the Washington State Cougars expect to be dark horses, but they'll be intriguing to watch next season.

National Football Post has the earliest reports of win totals from Las Vegas, and both teams are the middle of the pack.

The Huskies have a win total of 7.5, which is a little surprising, but Washington does have brutal games against teams like USC, Oregon, Stanford and LSU, which will make it difficult to get the eight wins necessary. It is possible with a bowl victory, but not as easy as probably originally projected.

Washington State has jumped all the way to 5.5, which has to be a positive sign for what experts think about Mike Leach's chances to make things work in Pullman. The Cougars have generally been a bottom-dweller, but a leap up toward .500 would be a very positive step for the program.

Talk about Washington football fans by going to UW Dawg Pound, and discuss Washington State fans by heading on over to CougCenter.

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